The Winter of Our Discontent

February 18, 2015
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Although the temperatures have been below zero with wind chills even colder, tempers have been rising among just about all of us as the snow and our frustrations continue to pile up. Yes, life is difficult in the city, where parking spaces are non-existent, tickets are being issued, cars are being towed, traffic is...

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Don’t Be Fooled

February 18, 2015
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Like an annoying alarm clock that predictably shouts its tone, late last week and this week several establishment lawmakers and transportation pundits began blaming the MBTA’s implosion on a lack of taxes and on the majority of voters who repealed the automatic gas tax increases last November. Don’t be fooled, please. In the daily...

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Sports 02-18-2015

February 18, 2015
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EHS Roundup EHS girls basketball qualify for tourney, sets sight on GBL title The Everett High girls basketball team soared to new heights this past week, reeling off four straight victories in six days, including a dramatic buzzer-beater, to raise their record to a sterling 12-6 and punch their ticket for a Journey to the Tourney. The Lady...

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Obituaries 02-18-2015

February 18, 2015
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Wayne ‘Winky Peppers’ Gray Of Malden, formerly of Everett Wayne ”Winky Peppers” Gray of Malden, formerly of Everett, died on February 11. Wayne was a longtime member of the East Side Athletic Association of Malden. He was the beloved son of the late Frank and Ruth (Maige); dear brother of Edward “Peppers” of Revere...

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Wynn Officials, Boston Have Been Meeting to Discuss Traffic Fixes

February 12, 2015
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Despite the City of Boston’s cold reception of Wynn Everett when it comes to negotiating mitigation agreements and other such things, apparently working out traffic problems with Wynn has not been so taboo – including very detailed discussions of traffic fixes in Sullivan Square. Bob DeSalvio, vice president of development for Wynn Everett, told...

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Wynn Will Likely File Key Environmental Reports Later This Month

February 12, 2015
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A deadline for a final environmental report addressing traffic solutions in Everett and Charlestown has come and gone for Wynn Everett, but the casino developer has said it is working diligently with state agencies and waiting for their responses to proposals in the report. Most importantly, Bob DeSalvio, senior vice president of development at...

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Third Storm in Three Weeks Taxing Resources

February 12, 2015
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City Services crews, maintenance workers and custodians were working , were on Monday and Tuesday trying to clean up from Winter Storm Marcus, the third heavy snowfall event of the in the past 12 days, which was on pace to dump more than two feet of snow on the Greater Boston area and Everett...

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City Will Apply for MGC Mitigation Fund:Doesn’t Believe It Changes Standing in Suit

February 12, 2015
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The City of Boston confirmed late on Wednesday, Feb. 4, that it would put in a “placeholder” application for the inaugural round of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s (MGC) Community Mitigation Fund (CMF) – despite having filed a lawsuit against that agency just about one month ago. The deadline for applications to the CMF were...

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Maintaining Perspective Through The Winter of 2015

February 12, 2015
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It hardly seems possible at this point, but as of January 23, 2015, Boston and the surrounding area had barely registered a single snow flake. Now just 17 days later – as of this writing – the region has faced three major snow storms in a span of 17 days and accumulated a total...

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Sports 02-11-2015

February 12, 2015
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EHS Roundup EHS hockey team edges Somerville, 1-0 The Everett High hockey team turned in its best performance of the season to earn its biggest win of the season, a 1-0 triumph at Somerville Friday evening. J.J. McLaughlin lit the lamp with a shot from the slot that rang in off the goalpost midway through the second period...

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Obituaries 02-11-2015

February 12, 2015
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Randolph Divino Malden District Court officer Randolph ‘Randy’ Divino of Revere died suddenly on February 2. A court officer at the Malden District Court, he was the beloved son of the late Lawrence and Amelia (Ciampoli); dear brother of Lawrence Divino of Revere and the late Amelia Divino and is also survived by his...

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Discover the Dinosaurs

February 9, 2015
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Discover the Dinosaurs

Despite the snow, “Discover The Dinosaurs” arrived in Boston to the excitement of the attendees.  The exhibit features 40 animatronic museum quality Dinosaur replicas that move and interact with guests.  Coincidentally, with the cold weather in the Boston area this year, the show added a new Ice Age exhibit featuring more educational fun.  Kids...

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Grand Re-Opening of Shute Library Cancelled

February 9, 2015
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett would like to inform residents that due to the vast amount of snow and in the interest of public safety, the Grand Re-Opening of the newly renovated Shute Memorial Library will be cancelled for Saturday, February 7th until further notice.  

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Everett Police Arrest Two Suspects on Separate Incidents Over Weekend

February 9, 2015
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Everett Police Chief Steven A. Mazzie announced the arrest of two suspects in two separate incidents. On Saturday January 24, 2015, Detective Daniel Tucker was working a police security detail at the Walgreen’s in Glendale Square. Detective Tucker heard a noise he believed was a gunshot and observed a dark S.U.V. with the operator...

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City Welcomes New Transportation Planner/Engineer

February 9, 2015
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce the addition of Jay Monty to the Department of Planning and Development as the new Transportation Planner/ Engineer for the City. Monty joins the City with over 9 years experience in planning, engineering, and transportation.  He most recently worked for Volpe National Transportation Center, holding the title...

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Batteries Not Included

February 9, 2015
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What’s the one phrase that can quickly change the mood from festive to foul for any child opening a brand new, shiny toy? “Batteries not included!” Or how about that product featured on a home shopping channel or infomercial – you know, the one that’ll make you happy, solve all your problems, and is...

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Capuano Named Ranking Member on House Transportation Committe

February 9, 2015
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Capuano Named Ranking Member on House Transportation Committe

U.S. Congressman Michael Capuano was named Ranking Member on the House Transportation Committee’s Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials–a subcommittee that will oversee any future plans to ship ethanol via train into the area. However, Capuano said he doesn’t expect Global Oil, a company that was met with widespread opposition in Everett, East...

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Obituaries 02-04-2015

February 9, 2015
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Robert Morris, Jr. Devoted family man and proud founding member of the Princemen’s Chorus   Robert H. Morris, Jr. passed away on January 28. He was 81 years old. Bob was born in Everett on March 19, 1933, one of three children of the late Robert and Althea (Grace) Morris. He was raised and...

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Mayor DeMaria Thanks Distrigas: Distrigas Donates $5,000 to the Office of Human Services

January 30, 2015
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Mayor DeMaria Thanks Distrigas: Distrigas Donates $5,000 to the Office of Human Services

Mayor Carlo DeMaria (left) and Carolyn Lightburn (right), Director of Human Services, would like to extend the City’s appreciation to Distrigas for their generous donation to the Mayor’s Office of Human Services. On behalf of Distrigas, Carol Churchill (center), Manager of Communications, presented the City with a $5,000 donation. This will help the City...

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Snow- Shoveling Ordinance Now in Effect

January 30, 2015
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The new snow-shoveling ordinance, passed by the City Council and signed by the Mayor, will take affect beginning Wednesday January 28, 2015. The ordinance will apply to residences, businesses and all other properties abutting a paved sidewalk – including, but not limited to properties owned by the Commonwealth, all departments and agencies of the...

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Mayor’s Council on Aging Announces Upcoming Presentation on April 22

January 30, 2015
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Council on Aging, along with Maralin Manning, will host an informative presentation entitled “Agapi Chroma: Color in the World.”  The presentation will take place on Wednesday, April 22nd at 11am at the Connolly Center. Attendees will have the opportunity to visit and receive information from Manning regarding the importance of color...

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City Set to Begin Annual Senior Work Program

January 30, 2015
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The Office of Mayor Carlo DeMaria, in collaboration with The Council on Aging, has once again arranged for its Senior Work Program for 2015.  This is a great program for Seniors, age 62 and over, who are willing to volunteer some valuable experience, time, and effort in exchange for some money off their homeowner...

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MGC Receives New Exterior Wynn Everett Design Positively, Call it ‘Iconic’

January 30, 2015
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MGC Receives New Exterior Wynn Everett Design Positively, Call it ‘Iconic’

Wynn Everett officials unveiled a first look at the new design of its Lower Broadway casino last Thursday at the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) meeting, showing an outside view of a building that was much more like the curvy, bronze Wynn Encore resort in Las Vegas than its previous straight up and down tower...

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Police Briefs 01-28-2015

January 30, 2015
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Monday, 1/5 Joel Aguilar, 30, 34 Barrett St., Lynn, was arrested for marked lanes violation, open container of alcohol, operating under the influence of liquor and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Caio Ciochetti, 26, 136 Elm St., Everett, was arrested on warrants. Heberth Correia, 28, 59 Hill St., Malden, was arrested for operating...

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